Augmented & Virtual Reality

The ultrasound of silence

Companies and developers interested in innovative 3D ultrasound sensors will delight in the specially designed, easy-access Evaluation Kit that Munich-based startup Toposens is showcasing at CeBIT 2017.

25 Jan. 2017
Toposens Evaluation Kit Case

Hot on the heels of the successful debut of its initial prototypes at CeBIT 2016, Toposens GmbH is returning to this year’s number one global event for digital business with its first finished product. The creative focus of these "Bavarian Batmen" remains firmly on their energy-efficient, robust 3D ultrasound sensors. The little "bats" can be used to detect and track hands, people and objects in an extremely wide range of applications.

To help companies and developers get off to a quick start with this innovative technology, Toposens has put together an Evaluation Kit, which will be on show for the first time in Hannover. Available right now, the kit contains a ready-to-use, plug & play Ultrasound Sensor V 1.0 complete with a range of interfaces and graphic user control. The Evaluation Kit comes in a hard-wearing, indestructible-style case that reflects the sensor’s own attributes.

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